About Our Programs
Through engaging education and stewardship programs, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society introduces British Columbians to the wonders of the natural world to encourage understanding of and an enduring respect for wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. Our three main programs are Indoor Wildlife Workshops, Nature Walks & Workshops, and Youth Environmental Leadership programs. All programs are offered year-round. Thanks to our generous corporate and foundation grantors and individual donors, programs are free of charge to inner-city school children and at-risk youth in low income areas to ensure marginalized kids are given an equal opportunity to understand their interconnected relationship with wildlife and the importance of protecting it. For groups more fortunate, we request a modest honorarium to help cover our costs.
Where do we work?
We have worked with nearly all schools and communities throughout the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and Southern Vancouver Island. Curious about specifically which schools and communities we have worked with? View our school list linked here.
For details about programs offered throughout the Greater Vancouver Regional District, please visit http://northwestwildlife.com/education-programs/lower-mainland-programs/
For details about programs offered throughout Vancouver Island, please visit http://northwestwildlife.com/education-programs/vancouver-island-programs/